We met some incredible people at the August Sydney Dog Lovers show and one of them was the manufacturer of the Ezi On Dog Harness. Available in 4 sizes and designed to keep your best friend safe when travelling in the car, or just as a general harness. Very ezi to slip on and secure. We now are stocking these at www.snootypaws.com.au
See you at Snooty Paws.
Snooty Paws and Ezy Paws will be at the Sydney Dog Lovers show on August 6 & 7. Hope you can drop in and say hello. Would love to meet our Customers!!
Royal Hall of Industries Moore Park Sydney
Cats really enjoy toys such as balls, with or without bells inside, felt or sisal-wrapped toys, which they can dig their claws into, or teaser toys consisting of a long flexible items that let you move an enticing lure at the end.
Keep any toys that could be harmful to your cat out of reach when you can't supervise its play. This includes items with ribbons, feathers, strings, tinsel, eyes or other small decorations. Basically, anything that your cat could chew off and swallow. Also, avoid rigid toys that could trap a claw.
Catnip is a member of the mint family and contains a chemical that attracts cats. When dried, it gives off an odor that has a powerful effect on some (though not all) cats.
Catnip is safe, and your cat won't get addicted to it. Keep a plastic container of dried catnip on hand to give to your kitty, or you could even grow some.
Only let your cat play with toys or other objects that are safe. Cat-proof the house by hiding these things:
- String, yarn, ribbon and dental floss
- Rubber bands
- Plastic bags (especially drycleaner bags—she could suffocate)
- Anything else that your cat might chew
- Paper clips
- Pins and needles
Getting the most out of your cat's toys
Your cat can become bored with their toys. Rotate your cat's toys regularly, making a small selection available at a time. If your cat has a favourite you might want to leave that one out all the time.
Provide toys that offer a variety of uses—at least one toy to carry, one to wrestle with, one to roll and one to "baby."
Many of your cat's toys should be interactive. This kind of play is important for your cat, because she needs active "people time"—and such play strengthens the bond between you and your cat.
As promised, we'll be organising some great specials for loyal newsletter customers from time to time. This February discounts of up to 40% (including the loyalty discount) will be available on our new product lines.
We're looking to get some collars and tags out on the street and generate some buzz. It seems to us that getting items into the hands of existing customers and showing them off on their pets is the best way to go.
To take advantage of this offer, register before 25 February and then check the newsletter on 26 February.
We've passed the point where we can guarantee delivery before Christmas. This means Christmas is over for Snooty Paws!
We in the Snooty Paws team wish you all a happy Xmas and safe travels. We'll be enjoying Xmas with our family (Rev and the budgies included) and we'll put our effort into our Post Xmas sale.
I'll post the details of the sale here tomorrow.
We've relaunched Snooty Paws just in time for Christmas. You'll see a selection of Christmas gifts available on our front page.
Snooty Paws is here to serve your pet needs with a sense of fun, flair and fashion. You'll find great brands here and an evolving selection of toys, apparel and furniture. We've also established a modern despatch operation that will get your goods to you in no time.
We have some exciting news....